Circadence mentioned in Cyberwire’s “Daily Briefings” section for debut of inCyt, security awareness solution for enterprises and non-technical employees.
Circadence Corporation, announced the debut of inCyt, its new cybersecurity awareness learning solution, at the RSA conference today. inCyt will be demonstrated to RSA attendees between February 24 – 28, 2020 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California in preparation for its official release in Spring 2020.
Laura Sheffield, media specialist at the school library who was named 2020 TPSD Teacher of the Year, is being recognized for the community partnership she established with Circadence Corporation. Sheffield worked with Circadence, a software company with an office in Tupelo, to show students the opportunities a career in computer science can provide.
Michael Moniz, CEO and Co-founder of Circadence Corporation in Boulder, Colorado recently joined the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for top CEOs, CTOs, and technology executives to share and exchange leading-edge ideas that better their industries.
Brad Hayes from Circadence was a great addition to this week’s Technado, providing expertise on cyber defense, autonomy, and IT training. He and the hosts discussed LabCorp getting pwned, as well as a shakeup at IBM, a new all-Chinese computer, and fraudulent transactions plaguing the Chrome web store.
Circadence CTO Brad Hayes shares insight into why cyber education is critical to today’s workforce security in the digital age.
Award winning cyber learning platform provides new features to improve training scalability, content access, and new learning exercises
Students at Milam Elementary were learning about cyber security through a computer game, and they are also hearing from someone who helps fight cyber threats every day. The Cyber Day demonstration is sponsored by Circadence.
Circadence’s Keenan Skelly talks to Fifth Domain about the challenges an organization faces when training their workforce about cybersecurity.
Cyber Wire interviews Keenan Skelly about a career in cybersecurity, the gender gap and the importance of cyber training.